Montenegro : financial sector assessment program : banking supervision and regulation-2013; technical note / International Monetary Fund.

Author
International Monetary Fund [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Washington, District of Columbia : International Monetary Fund, 2016.
  • ©2016
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1 online resource (47 p.)

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Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed September 11, 2016).
Contents
  • Cover; CONTENTS; EXECUTIVE SUMMARY; INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND; FINANCIAL SYSTEM AND SUPERVISORY STRUCTURES; MAIN FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS; A. Supervisory Framework; B. New Bank Licensing; SUPERVISORY APPROACH AND PRACTICE; A. Supervisory Approach; B. Consolidated Supervision; C. Corrective and Sanctioning Powers of Supervisors; D. Home-Host Relationships; CORPORATE GOVERNANCE; CAPITAL ADEQUACY; RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS; A. Credit Risk Management; PROBLEM ASSETS, PROVISIONS, AND RESERVES; A. Concentration Risk and Large Exposure Limits; B. Transactions with Related Parties
  • C. Liquidity RiskD. Public Disclosure and Transparency; TABLES; 1. Main Recommendations; 2. Composition of Regulatory Capital and Risk-Weighted Assets; 3. Prudential Asset Classification and Provisioning Norms for NPAs; 4. Prudential Limits for Large Exposures; 5. Banks' Gross Exposures and Net Exposures Among Large Exposures; 6. Prudential Limits for Related-Party Exposures; 7. Distribution of Banks' Aggregate Exposures to All Related Parties; 8. Delegation of Powers for Related-Party Transactions; 9. Foreign Assets and Liabilities (June 2015)
  • 10. Foreign Currency Assets and Liabilities (June 2015)
ISBN
1-4755-1906-0
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